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post #166 of 2686
i always have to get my coupon off of ebay. Is it attached to the catalogue or is it loose so it can fall out?
post #167 of 2686
I got one in the new catalog, and had one in the last, but it's in my GFs name who buys alot there so...
post #168 of 2686
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Originally Posted by johnH123 View Post
I'm still a little lost with shirt sizing, I've now got a madras and lightweight shirt, both of which fit a bit differently. However, the common theme is that the collar is too tight when I button it.

I'm eying the dress shirts on sale, which are classic fit. Should I stick with a large like my other shirts (is the collar bigger on classic fit) or go up to an xl to fit my neck and get the body tailored?

I can't really go in and try since I'm in Canada.

Bueller?
post #169 of 2686
Got the Warehouse sweatshirt in the mail today. Well...it's a pretty nice sweatshirt. It's marked with a Warehouse size 42 tag, and it's definitely smaller than J.Crew's medium - very slim through the body and sleeves. Probably not going to be a keeper for me at this price.
post #170 of 2686
The undersizedness (not a word?!?) is what i was counting on with the sweatshirt. Fits me perfectly. For once j. crew's "slim fitting" description was true!
post #171 of 2686
I sorta want that 3 pocket cardigan.
post #172 of 2686
if anyone has a 20% off coupon from the catalog that they are not using it would be greatly appreciated if i could have it. Thanks
post #173 of 2686
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if anyone has a 20% off coupon from the catalog that they are not using it would be greatly appreciated if i could have it.

Get in line!
post #174 of 2686
Just receiveved my Warehouse sweatshirt and the fit is strange. VERY slim and short, even for a medium, and the neck rests high, higher than JCrew's normal sweatshirt neckline. If you are a v-neck man, as I am, stay away from this sweatshirt. On the plus side, the fabric is great and construction is top notch. They just need to adjust the fit to really make it worth the price. I found it to feel strangling, RETURN!
post #175 of 2686
That's how those sweatshirts generally fit.
post #176 of 2686
Just got a few shirts from J Crew size small and they fit a bit big. Was wondering will they shrink if I put them in the dryer?
post #177 of 2686
I hope you die.
post #178 of 2686
Looks like I'll be getting that charcoal tweed jacket. That's the only thing I see worth getting. But I live in Houston, so the need to actually wear it won't be until Dec-Feb. when it's chilly enough.
post #179 of 2686
Anyone get the latest J. Crew catalog that can tell me what colors pants the guy on page 108 is wearing? I can't figure out if its British Khaki or Dark Stone, or maybe even regular Khaki and the catalog doesn't seem to say...
post #180 of 2686
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Originally Posted by Chip_H_Style View Post
Just receiveved my Warehouse sweatshirt and the fit is strange. VERY slim and short, even for a medium, and the neck rests high, higher than JCrew's normal sweatshirt neckline. If you are a v-neck man, as I am, stay away from this sweatshirt. On the plus side, the fabric is great and construction is top notch. They just need to adjust the fit to really make it worth the price. I found it to feel strangling, RETURN!
Yes, another WTF here on the fit of the Warehouse sweatshirt. I haven't made up my mind yet if I'll keep it. I have an athletic build and the seams on the shoulders pull past my shoulder line and the arms are still almost too short. Quality is awesome though. Very slim... might even be uncomfortable to wear any other shirt underneath. I almost want to try stretching it out to my desired size for that 'lived in' look. I'll wait until I can get home from work and try it with some jeans before I make up my mind.
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